SSPC News & Events

SSPC contribute to White Paper 1 at the International Symposium on Continuous Manufacturing of Pharmaceuticals, MIT

SSPC Scientific Director Prof. Kieran Hodnett (UL), SSPC General Manager Jon O'Halloran, and PIs Prof. Brian Glennon (UCD) and Dr Patrick Frawley (UL) and industry partner Dr Mark Barrett, APC, are attending the International Symposium on Continuous Manufacturing of Pharmaceuticals MIT CMAC event in the US on 20th-21st May 2014. Prof.

SSPC meet with the Academy of Sciences of Republic of Bashkortostan & the Scientific Institute of Oncology, Ufa, Bashkortostan

SSPC Scientific Director Prof. Kieran Hodnett and SSPC General Manager Jon O'Halloran, University of Limerick, meet with Rustem Amirov, Academy of Sciences of Republic of Bashkortostan (ASRB) and Prof.

SSPC Education & Outreach Officer Dr Sarah Hayes presents prize to the Best Project Award winners (three brothers!) of SciFest in IT Tralee

SSPC Education & Outreach Officer Dr Sarah Hayes, along with Dr Ultan Mc Carthy (Intelligent Mechatronics and RFID IT Tralee) presents prize to the winners (three brothers!) of SciFest in IT Tralee.

SSPC PI Dr Abina Crean presents at the UK Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences Amorphous by Design Meeting, UK

Dr Abina Crean presented at the UK Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences Amorphous by Design meeting in the University of Bradford on the 29th April. Her talk was entitled Design of amorphous drug systems optimised for enhanced dissolution.

UCC hosts the annual symposium of the UK Ireland chapter of the Controlled Release society

School of Pharmacy, UCC hosted the annual symposium of the UK Ireland chapter of the Controlled Release society. Conference organiser Dr. Katie Ryan, School of Pharmacy and UKICRS committee member. The conference and workshop had over 70 delegates from Ireland and UK.

DJEI & SFI award SSPC PI Prof. Gavin Walker over €1 million in funding

Congratulations to SSPC PI Prof. Gavin Walker, University of Limerick, on being awarded €1,202,653 in funding from the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, through the Science Foundation Ireland Investigators Programme. The Programme will provide funding over a three to five year period, for 36 research projects involving over 200 researchers.

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